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, technology tv and the policy issues that accompany them. >> host: so, gary shapiro give us a snapshot of ces international 2013. >> guest: this event has been phenomenal. we've had more companies and more spaces, more innovation and more excitement than ever i can recall. you know in these tough economic times it's nice of to have some positive news, and there's a lot out there from all sorts of companies. the big ones like intel and qualcomm and samsung, and the smallest one. we have this area of the show for start-ups with 150 companies with ideas and some people are coming back from there and saying these are really breakthrough technologies, these are great. but it's just the american way you know? you have this ability of anyone to come up with an idea and expose it, and that's why we run this event. it's for anyone. it's not just for -- the big companies actually respect that we have the small companies here, and that's how we run this organization. >> host: where do you see growth in consumer electronics in the next couple of years? >> guest: ing there's growth in several categories.
of reports on our lack of technology to sit in on the group. >> it might be worth while to let them know. >> good. >> okay. >> actually, additional state quarter meetings are going to be held subsequently and they will be involved in the testing and review and feedback of the citizen portal so that is going to occur. do you have any questions on this subject? >> good job. >> okay. >> keep it moving. >> yeah. this is going to go ahead and talk about the technology project. >> yeah. >> so the several of them that are critical but the most critical one is the infrastructure refresh which is the improvement. the proposal was submitted two years ago to the college, which of the committee and information technology to revamp our service this is about 7 years old. and we started this process two years ago, the city export and the city on committee of technology over sees the technology projects in the city and they do and were pushing for consolidation, as a result of that, actually, we were approved to go ahead and do the refresh of the infrastructure in conjunction with the planning departmen
that we have read, that technology and the enhanced use of auto maition and technology have been a recurring theme for the department of building and inspection and i didn't see any emphasis and there was no mention of that in terms of the budget or at least not with any emphasis, i also note having red last year's grand jury report that the city has a very, very poor track record of implementing technology and yet, it seems to have been established that you know, hand held devices in the field, and better coordination of records from different departments that there are a wide variety of ways that technology could improve the efficiency of the staff, and the customer service, if you will. so i wondered, where that is in the budget, and what safe guards that the technology could be properly implemented. >> thank you. >> hi, again, robert, i was just wondering about the comments of the open notices of violation. and my question is how are the down stream effects not relevant? the permits that are applied for the inspection fees, the reinspection fees? i mean, if you look at the ja
sectors under the president has been technology. second only to consumer discretionaries. the tech sector up more than 100% over the past four years. and 13 days of trading into 2013, the tech sector continuing its gains of just under 2% and this week is a big week for tech earnings, everyone. coming up, we will break down the most important things you need to know about the big reports. and are you better off than you were four years ago? well, at least your 401(k) might be. how do you make sure that your portfolio has returns? like all of this, we have a guy that can help you. the multistrategy income fund is outperforming 99% of its peers. it is up 24% year over year. angel oak cofounder and chief investment officer will be joining me during this hour to tell you why he is going big on real estate. plus, we've seen the beginnings of a rebound in the housing recovery, but is washington's best investment the white house? all right, i'm going to tell you what its value. president obama is officially sworn in for his second term and using the opportunity to call for unity in washington. pe
technology sector. supervisor farrell mention the city as a partner in the effort.one of the commitments it was unheard of by many of the tech companies, the same with tax exclusion that we also did on stock compensation was that tech companies were committed on working with the city of san francisco on hiring residents from many neighborhoods that don't have access to the growing technology sector whether it is the mission, tenderloin, south of market and western addition; and happy to have cosponsors breed, cohen, avalos - to see what it is that we can do to partner with our private tech sector to ensure that we are opening up and creating a pipeline of jobs whether it is for our students born and raised in san francisco who might not get the type of education to be competitive for these jobs; whether it is adults that i found themselves unemployed in an economy not doing well but need additional training for these jobs. what is it that we can do to partner with the mayor's office in our tech companies to develop programs that would address three different population needs so they
: in terms of water supply, wastewater, stormwater development -- these are independent technologies. but what came first, most often, was a water supply system. the basic system is essentially the same as we used back in the 19th century. and in some cases, some of the same pipes. grusheski: philadelphia was the first american city to develop a water system and to take on as a municipal responsibility water delivery to all of its citizens. when william penn laid out the city, he actually chose a spot of land that had a lot of groundwater. however, by 1730, 30,000 people lived within the first seven blocks of philadelphia, next to the delaware river. well, 30,000 people caused filth in the city and polluted their water sources. the groundwater was not potable. and in one year, 1/6 of the population died of yellow fever. now, they didn't know at the time that yellow fever was carried by mosquitoes. but the health issue was major in that first movement to build a water system. narrator: so they set out to find the cleanest source of water. although the majority of philadelphia's water
, with water that are not always proven technologies, but they're things that are enough proven you should take a bit of a risk and you should show others it can be done. >> we're showing the world, suddenly had wind turbines which they didn't have before. so, our team realizing that time would change, and realizing where the opportunities were today, we said, you know what, we started out as really something to control wind as an asset, when you combine today's technology becomes something entirely different. >> wind turbines in an urban environment is a relatively new concept. there are a few buildings in other major cities where they have installed wind turbines on the roof. and wind turbines in buildings are effective. >> the discussion was do we do that or not? and the answer was, of course. if they're not perfect yet, they're building a building that will last 100 years. in 100 years someone is going to perfect wind efficient turbines. if these aren't right, we'll replace them. we have time to do that. >> the building that's two renewable energy generations. wind turbines located on the n
we would hear opinions that is broken down. not the least of which is the technological revolution over the last 20 years. >> host: have lost gate keepers of news? >> guest: that is a central theme that that we call as the honored that term is simple fact the way that information could become public information is that you could argue you don't need dates so what becomes newsworthy and what goes by role is very different from just prior to this area but we cannot just compare what we have now to what preceded the 50 years of broadcast news. hysteric -- historically we have five media regimes in which the relationship between the media citizens so if you want to assess what is good or bad you need to look not just out of the lobster gained which is the era of realism but banda a late 18th-century that that issue in front of us what is good about it and had to maintain or limit what is bad. >> host: go to do the title "after broadcast news" would have lost as opposed to abc, cbs, nbc era? >> guest: we lost the significant thing. but when we lived in the era of the '50s and '60s throu
or not we were following the technology. >> you mean speaking into something and have it automatic to dictate into english? >> well yes but on a more professional level, a particular software application developed. (off mic) >> the best thing is to have an interpreter. >> commissioner kingsley: a real person, absolutely. thank you very much. >> commissioner chan? >> commissioner chan: in terms of the reference to psas, says we are televised, we can educate the public on how to make it was reported you are involved in domestic violence. can you describe what the issues were, and how we can collaboratively address the issue? here is how it works. when there's a problem you go to the department or the commission and we address it. >> one thing that sandra had spoken about in our workshop is that there was an issue where psa may not have known severity of the walk-in who had some type of an issue. prior to me get in there. if you have an issue, and you don't speak, don't leave. the last thing we want to do is have the person leave. if this is impractical emergency, point to
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expertise and information and technology, to help them destroy these networks where they exist. and, a reminder, obviously northern africa and other parts of the world, al qaeda and al qaeda-affiliated groups remain a threat and we have to remember, you know, the terrorists deserve they'll blame and fault. it's a heinous act and i think we'll talk to the algerian government in the days to come to understand what fully, exactly happened here. >> chris: any second thoughts about the way the algerians handled this? there's a lot of -- not only militant but hostages who were killed. >> well, listen, i think we will obviously be in contact with them about this but the focus needs to be on the terrorists and, a reminder, all across the globe, countries are threat ended by terrorists, who will use civilians, to try and advance their twisted and sick agenda. and i think that that is why this really is an -- will require an international response. and that is why we are so focused on -- with our counterterrorism partners around the globe, northern africa and middle east and elsewhere, workin
that certainly san francisco sits in the seat of such technological developments that are really evolving and reshaping the world on so many fronts, biotech, biomedical, engineering feats. will could not understand why we could not board and eight with the technology available, state-of-the-art information system. for our citizens. thank you very much. i am very excited. it seems as though we are exponentially improving. i don't expect that we will wait another 10 years for similar reports. i am expecting that certainly within the next year we will be 10 steps further ahead. a few years ago it would've taken longer. i am very excited about this and excited that we can share this discussion with the police department commission. as far as the development of justice. thank you very much to all of that been involved. very critical. >> commissioner kingsley? >> ms. young, thank you very much for your report. it is very interesting. some of the questions i had have been addressed by commissioner schwatz's comments. i wanted more clarity around the timing and history of this. is 2012
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of begin restaurants throughout united states to use this technology to build this transnational community. and to bring that to a wider audience. >> host: it will be several months before is published? >> guest: it will come up the end of 2013. >> host: talking to professor john jackson, jr.. here is the book "racial paranoia" the unintended consequences of political correctness" this is booktv on c-span2. >> host: booktv on c-span2 on location at the university of pennsylvania in philadelphia. at the annenberg school of communication currently joining us is the theme michael x. delli carpini what is the annenberg school of communication? >> we do research for the public consumption and a ph.d. training and graduate training that media and communication influence social practice and health and cultural practice. >> we're here to talk about your book "after broadcast news" media regimes, democracy, and the new information environment" but it seems that we have been to be -- debating the broadcast news scenario. to put it into historical context the basic argument is over the last 20 years
. inspections can be done with various technologies, often by a robot... or personally by a technician on a bicycle. sensors detect breaks, cracks, and weaknesses in the pipe. man: we have roots at this cap lateral at 79. narrator: tree roots can grow into the pipe, splitting it apart. man: more light roots at 69. narrator: sometimes they may even find fully collapsed sections. after gathering the data, utilities can assess the need for rehabilitation. sinha: you have to choose the rehabilitation technique so that the life of the pipe can be extended 30 years, 40 years, 50 years. allbee: any asset has an optimal investment strategy. if you're making investments in that asset too early, or too late, you're wasting money. it costs about three times as much to fix a system once it's failed. so it's all about finding that right point where the dollars should flow toward that asset. narrator: but finding the funds to evaluate and rebuild these assets is an ongoing struggle. johnson: there is a gap between what's being spent by municipalities and water supply systems and what needs to be spe
, the idea was the subsidies would get the technology up and running in that it would be able to compete well, the subsidies have been there. some of the merc is appearing, some expired. when the subsidies disappeared, most of these technologies, almost all that -- none of them can compete with things like coralline gas and coal. gerri: that tells you -- >> the subsidy money was wasted and that if we let these things compete in the free-market the wind and solar and some of these other green technologies are not worthwhile. we are just -- the taxpayers are wasting money on ratepayers. gerri: i'm happy to have great energy developed in this country of all kinds. please, go do it. keep my taxpayer dollars out of it. that's what i said. >> and i think a bipartisan approach to this could be -- there are subsidies out there for welland : natural-gas. let's remove those and stop these green energy subsidies. it might be that on a local, regional level something like ethanol might make sense in iowa. wind might make sense if you have something going on. we don't have to do this big national plan cal
more than quintupled its the size of our community. we were using technology to open our doors to another generation of women and men where we meet up. we are reaching them where they are, helping them understand what is at stake and adding their voices to our movement. i am proud to say that emily's list is now more than 2 million members strong. let's make it 5 million. let's do it. listt to see emily's expand to the next cycle. i literally mean right now. immediately. there are donor cards at your table and candidates who need to now. we are in the business of winning elections. i have been in that business awhile now. i have opened a lot of envelops from emily's list of donors. i have seen a lot. i have accepted speeches and i have helped make a few republicans give them. this is the difference between joe walsh and tammy, between todd akin and claire mccaskill, between mitt romney and barack obama. [applause] it matters. that is why even as campaigns evolve, our committment to winning will never change. nuts and bolts matter. we will continue to be there at the moments tha
, in the largest companies, and technology is a driving force in the world economy, so therefore, microsoft, consumer consumption and the growing middle class is a driving force and so that's where mcdonald's fits. and infrastructure building worldwide is a part of the package and that's where ge fits. if those three stocks don't do well, i can't imagine that the financial markets in general will do well. the financial markets can't do well, the world economies can't do well without those three stocks participating. david: peter very quickly the auto sector you think it is ready for a pullback, why? >> only because the stocks themselves really comprise the auto sector have had such a tear, in some cases up 50, 60, 80 percent over the last two years. that having been said, it is a growing sector of the economy. the demand is there. the refresh is there. i think you are going to continue to see great numbers for auto sales, but i think the stocks have gotten a little far ahead of the fundamentals. david: got you. >> thank you peter kenny and jim awad. david: thank you gentlemen. president oba
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fingerprints. police say new fringer print scanner technology is helping them capture criminals. critics argue it could go too far. and dominic di-natale is with us. >> hi there, harris, this technology recently helped the mesa police department pin down a homicide suspect in a matter of minutes, but yes, it's raising serious questions about increasing police access to victim's personal information on the fly. >> it's wonderful 'cause where we used to be chasing a rabbit around the bush, trying to identify them. >> mesa patrol officer todd reed is working his beat armed with a new tool identifying suspects, a fingerprint scanner. with the man's concept he scans the left and right index fingers and against the name the man gave. within seconds, it's a match, a clear message to those who might give a false i.d. >> and the truth would help, especially if you gave the information information and pull it up anyway and catch another charge if you're in any way dishonest with the information. >> mesa police department has been trying out a handful of the scanners and soon have a lot more against the
. the flatbed truck is ahead in front of the motorcade. because technology allows it, we are following along. some of the best moments are when the technology fails so we can hope that happens. since we can go to john roberts, we will. john, what is happening there? >> we hoping the technology will serve us well because we have a lot way do go, more than a mile to the white house. you are look at the turn we made on constitution avenue with a fabulous display of military music and ceremony as a number of military marching bands and dressed house platoons came by. just for the report, each of the platoons on the rifles they had a bayonet. there were three presidential limousines behind us. we are 100 feet away from the furthest. two are decoys. one is actually carrying the president. i will not tell you on camera which is carrying the president but obviously if the president gets out that will become apparent quickly. we are now just going the long, long motorcade and this will be one of the biggest motorcades you have ever seen all the way along the parade route between constitution avenue t
of great technology. if you want to use the technology, i think a lot of the technology is going to get squeezed out by obama care, but whatever technology remains in is expensive. so the costs get transferred on to the consumer. stuart: so it's a form of redistribution. it's redistributing the wealth basically using the healthcare system to do it. >> because you try to cover -- exactly. you try to cover everyone with a product that really not everyone can afford. stuart: all right. i want to move on to a different subject, a real good one this one. i want to give you a pat on the back because you have been reporting on the reopening o f your hospital. is that the langone center of nyu? >> yes. that's the opposite story because that's about an entrepreneurial spirit. that's about employees with no hospital open. they were care takers like anyone to care for. stuart: it was closed because of hurricane sandy? >> there was 15,000 gallons of water in the basement. it was closed. close to a million people a year get their care there in some way shape or form. inpatient or outpatient. they ha
attracted participation by organized criminal gangs. innovation and technology has made it possible for the traffickers to recruit their victims. internet has transformed the landscape of human trafficking. the san francisco police department has adopted a victim centered philosophy which prevents victims from being treated like perpetrators. we work closely with advocacy groups such as asian-pacific legal outreach in numerous volunteer specifically trained in helping the victims. partnership with these advocates ensures that the victims have the resources and assistance to rebuild their lives. a -- is a law enforcement tool that allows victims report crimes without fear of deportation. a u visa is a temporary four-year visa. -- has been designated to issue the visa is by reviewing the applicant's background. the final determination is made by the united states customs and immigration service. in 2011, we received 318 requests for u visas. this year we expect to review 994 cases. the special victims unit leads the way setting the standard for best practices in law enfor
. seriously. >> i did not vote for it. john: you could navigate the regulations if you are a technology company. >> you hire lawyers and compliance experts to navigate through the bureaucratic maze. to build a strip of just to get permission to break ground it may take between four and five months in texas it could take between four and five years in california. that drives up the cost of housing and business with complexes and factories in california. john: from the outside it is obvious. one works and not as well but the politicians are not faced? >> you have a home field advantage in california that it is a nice place to live along the coast. especially if you're in the highlight industry. everywhere else is desperation, poverty and population running away. the coast can have incredible wealth dynamism but the state has a hard time when. >> another issue that comes into play california is not right to work they have powerful unions, government unions. there is no counterpart in texas. people are free to have associations and unions to spend millions of dollars to promote bigger gover
careers in science and technology. the nassau research center is all planning on sending representatives to judge this competition. it will happen at cyprus headquarters in san jose. >>> well, a milestone on mars. we will have more on the rover and how it is working on the red planet. . >>> the oldest of the mars rover and the opportunity has been quietly working on the surface. the mission was to explore three months and the opportunity is showing its age. it has a front wheel and it doesn't work well so the rover mostly moves in reverse and literally can stick from time to time but it uncovers clues that water does exist on mars. let's check in with sal, we are not going to work you hard. >> some of us who have to workings it seems like a holiday because of the commute. southbound getting to 880 that traffic is moving well and a half my friends don't have to workings the other half does, i am in the half that does and at least your commute will be looking good as you head down to the sunole grade. let's go to steve. >>> well, we have clear skies, one more day of an offshore breeze and
with the life expectancy is 62. medical technology is eventually non-existent. he said i'll take that, defend that and expanding the entitlement by adding obamacare he said i'll do energy that he spoke about a month after the first inauguration. with climate change and continue on the road in green energy stuff. he wants to create what he thinks he can in washington, new industry, string of solyndras until the end of time. expanding entitlement state in crisis. there is no change from who he was in 2009. he never has to be re-elected so he can be utterly unbound and say exactly what he wants to do. but ide logically i found remarkable speech. >> bret: what did you like about it? >> he spoke emotionally at the end and in a true way the basic equality in the country where he takes the same oath as soldier or immigrant to honor and defend the constitution. his ideology is not mine is one where he takes the role of the defender of the common man. against those in class war against the rest of us. he speaks of it in honoring the constitution and how we are linked in fraternity and allegiance to th
. >> thank you. a controversial pet making a comeback. >> and controversial technology figure during a comeback. kim dotcom has just launched mega, a new unscriptedencrypted sequence. sharp has cut production of its full-sized ipads screens because sales of the ipad mini are so much stronger. instagram is bouncing back. the website now has 19 million active users who post 40 million pictures a day. many users had threatened to shut down their accounts over privacy policies. google may have a vision for world without passwords. there are reports it is developing a single goal advised that would allow users to verify their identity and all of their gadgets. i'm sunny hostin. >> there's a reason they're in the super bowl. i love the way they play. i would like to think our teams are very similar. >> harbaugh goes crazy on the sideline. >> the baltimore ravens road into new england. they rode out and headed to new orleans for family reunion. it will be jim harbaugh against john harbaugh in super bowl xlvii. ray rice moves in for the touchdown. the ravens leading early, 7-3. tom brady and
in a global cloueconomy. it has altered local economies because so many manufacturing and technology jobs are moving, whether it is a matter of costs for going where the trained work force is. we're fortunate to have to governors here to talk about how that change affects their jobs and what they're doing to jump- start their economies which compete with one another. this could be fun. let me start with our guest. governor hickenlooper. i knew that was going to happen. most of us here are pretty much aware of california's budget crisis. can you give us a quick briefing on where colorado is and what you are trying to do to turn things around? >> our budget is just as dressed as almost every state in the country. we have been working trying to control costs, get our pension funds in line, our state employees have not had a raise in four years. it has been difficult all the way around. the real challenge has been to try and turn public sentiment and get people to recognize it without a strong economy. it will not solve any of these problems. we have been relentless in what we did, the bottom
. >> the latest on technology and policy from this years consumer consumer electronics show. monday night at 8:00 p.m. eastern on c-span two. >> tonight, i'd look at today's official swearing-in ceremonies. vice president joe biden takes the oath of office from justice sonia sotomayor. then, the wreath laying ceremony. then, president obama officially sworn in for a second term by chief justice john roberts. >> ladies and gentlemen, the vice president of the united states, accompanied by justice sonia sotomayor. [applause] >> the vice president has asked that we bless the occasion with prayer. so, let us pray. the profit micah reclaims did you have been told, mortal, what is good, and what the board requires a view, only to do justice and love goodness, walking calmly with your god. gracious god, we ask your blessing on your servant, joseph, as he renews the pledge he made to his country. in all the complexities that, this world, give us your wisdom so that he can know what is good and give him the courage to always do what is right. walk close by him so that he can do justice and labored tire
forests of new products and new technologies and new patents in the future. that is where we have to -- we have to keep our eye on the main thought here. that is the discipline, the imagination, and the investment. that is what makes california -- that is why people are still coming here. they're not staying in colorado, i am sorry to say. they're right here. [applause] >> just briefly, setting aside plunder for a moment. >> i am sorry about plunder. it is a big part of wealth creation. >> could you talk briefly about your turn initiative? >> it is going well. mike rossi is leading the charge. i have met with what i think will be the next president of china. we have delegations from china to come here. we're sending delegations there. this is not just business as usual. we're getting detailed committees and proposals, a couple of the key states. we want good coming this way. we want good going out way. -- goods coming this way and we want goods going out that way. >> are you doing anything like that? >> we have been working on the north-south access. we have a biannual that denver works on
go from the police department. he had come in and started modernizing the department. it's technology -- a lot of different changes that needed to happen but were not happening until he came in and start of the department on the right path. it is critical that whoever the next chief of police is continue that modernization of the department. it will have benefits citywide. in my district, we have public safety challenges. the district is often viewed as a "safe district." we do have violence. wd
and in the past, we have used our technology network to reach out to the congregations and in turn, they are letting their congregg gant know, we are here, we are concerned and we are committed partners. >> thank you and once again that you to all of the community representatives here and treasurer jose sises narrows [spelling?] has been a wonderful partner and the bank on san francisco program is a great gram and gives some of our most vulnerable another place to go it a responsible lending program which helps folks get the assistance they need and deserve so so thank you very much for being here and i'm happy to take any questions that you may have. >>> [inaudible] >> instructor: in general, let me just -- in you find that pay day lending operations, oftentimes focus in some of our economically vulnerable communities to take advantage of those individuals who might not think they have any alternative but go to a pay day lending operation that to a have lending needs met. san francisco is actually has some of the highest density of pay day lenders in the country and two largest
to north korea. many countries view the launch as a test of the north's long-range missile technology. china has traditionally defended the north at the security council. >>> u.s.-based group human rights watch has called on the united nations to look into abuses at north korea. parents of a japanese abducted by the north joined the appeal. the group's tokyo office chief has said the world has focused on the north's nuclear programs, not its human rights record and called on japan's government to lead efforts to launch a u.n. investigation. she was backed by the parents of a man who was abducted by the north in 1977 at the age of 13. >> translator: it is unacceptable. that people continue to suffer in labor camps or in worse situations in north korea. i hope more will be done to improve the situation. >> u.n. high commissioner for human rights last week stressed the need for an investigative commission on north korea. it would require the adoption of a draft resolution and meeting of the human rights council opening in late february. >>> suicide attacks have rocked the afghan capital
, there aren't technology companies willing to give us free access to internet service is, in my opinion, really almost criminal. because do you think twitter could put out a free wi-fi signal for south of market or for the tenderloin or for place where's there is a lot of low-income people who use services? who could make appointments online and search for health information? so in many opinion. that one thing of getting internet service into low-income communities, where you could get certainly used computers, very inexpensively. i have an older computer, but it's connected to the internet. and quite frankly, right now, i can't afford on my income to have regular internet service. so it requires me draging it to a cafe or somewhere, which does have internet service. why can't the mayor, who is going around to each one of these internet service companies why can't they get together and provide us in the low-income neighborhoods, which they are getting huge tax breaks on, internet service? that would be a huge benefit to me and i'm sure it would be a huge benefit to a lot of other peopl
. on the technology side we are grappling with how to enhance dispatch. we are working closely with lisa hoffman to have a system that identifies the language skills of bilingual officers immediately and in real-time so that they can be more readily dispatched to the scene and it gives equally important information which is to know if there aren't bilingual officers, waiting on the scene, and can move onto the next level, the language line system. we are working on how do we get officers who want to be bilingual, who want to be certified as bilingual officers, how do they more rapidly get the certification process in place? officers can be certified in mandarin, cantonese, spanish, russian. we are hoping and working with other divisions within the city to get the process moving more quickly. on the street patrol officers, they're using their own cell phones to call language line. on a real level of equipment, officers need a better way to ask his language line. we are working with the department and think outside of the box. bilingual officers use digital recorders because of de
available, as in other areas of chinese life, technology and commerce are blunting the scissors of the centers -- of the sensors. >> they with us, there is plenty more to come on "gmt." >> make sense of international news at bbc.com/news. >> funding for this presentation is made possible by the freeman foundation of new york, stowe, vermont, and honolulu. newman's own foundation. and union bank. >> at union bank, our relationship managers work hard to understand the industry you operate in, working to nurture new ventures and help provide capital for key strategic decisions. we offer expertise and tailored
how we get it. design the wells to be safe. thousands of jobs. use the most advanced technology to protect our water. billions in the economy. at chevron, if we can't do it right, we won't do it at all. we've got to think long term. we've got to think long term. ♪ >>> everybody was talking about the har-bowl. >> get used to that phrase. i'm already over it. some great games today, but we start with the redskins. london fletcher and ryan kerrigan are both headed to the pro bowl. they were both alternates but they'll make the trip next week to rhee place a few 49ers. as for the championship games today, it was the harbaugh super bowl. it's going to be that at least. both games live up to the hype. in the afc with the ravens and patriots. third quarter, joe flacco and company, down 13-7. second and goal. flacco finds his tight end for a five-yard touchdown. baltimore is up 14-13. flacco not done yet. next drive, goes right back down the field. this time hooking up with antoine boldin. that gives the ravens a 21 13 lead. flacco to boldin, this time from 11 yards out. he threw for
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akin. [laughter] a member of the house committee on science, space and technology. it's true. he's the kind of science committee. then there was the theory that romney was a very good candidate , didn't say things people understood, didn't connect with people very well and was somewhat awkward. for instance, when he went to michigan, his home state for that primary and said the trees for the raid had been michigan. the actual quote was i love this state. it seems right here. the trees at the right height. away from here i find no trees to please. no trees at such a perfect height as these. for me i cannot ever be at ease to grow one's knees. or two tall trees that splinter group wisconsin sure has bragging rights on cheese and colorado is where they take your skis. connecticut of course has lyme disease. [laughter] and none of these semi-prepared to say is currently here with the perfect perfect height of trees. [applause] and according to that theory, romney just was in a very good candidate. they should have nominated somebody else. and there is also a theory they were demograp
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save you fifteen percent or more. >>> a new fingerprint scanner technology is helping catch criminals, but some critics say it's going too far. we have more as this new crime fighting technique is tested. >> reporter: mesa patrol officer todd reed is working his beat armed with a new tool in identifying suspects. >> just wonderful because where we used to be chasing a rabbit around the bush trying to identify them. >> reporter: trying to avoid what they call the name game in a high crime area he pulls out his new fingerprint scanner. with the man's consent officer reed takes scans of the left and right index fingers, takes it back to run against the name the man gave and it's a match. it took seconds to confirm. standard methods can take hours. it's a clear message to those who might give a false id. >> i think the truth would help, especially if you gave the wrong information and they can pull it up anyway. >> you can catch another charge if you are dishonest with the information. >> reporter: mesa police department has been trying out six scanners and want a federal grant for 30
celebrates his inauguration day, what will another four years mean for us? >> new ideas and technology. >> that, if you have just a cold? died missing themselves instead of going to the actual doctor. but is this safe? we will ask dr. mitchell brooks. "the willis report" is on the case. gerri: tonight stop -- top story takes us to a suburb located about 90 miles northwest of philadelphia. officials at an elementary school have suspended a five year-old girl over what they called terrorist threats. after the kindergartner reportedly told a classmate that she wanted to share with the hello kitty bubble gum. the kind that shoots soap bubbles. the girl received a suspension. the girl has since received a psychological evaluation and has been found to be no threat to others. joining me now, the attorney for the girl's family. defense attorney. i'll start with you. tell us more about the facts of the case. >> it happened in a bus line. there was no bubble gum. she was referring to a hello kitty bubble gum which just sheets bubbles. bubbles don't hurt you. even the school psychologist appoint
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